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See below for further details about cookies you may encounter while visiting the UKCTG website. These details include what information is being held, how long you can expect it to be stored, and how your experience of our website will change if you block individual cookies from being sent to your device.
We use Google Analytics for anonymous tracking of how you use this site. The Google Analytics cookie stores information such as when you visited the site, whether you have been to the site before, what pages you visit, how long you are on the site, how you got there and what you click on.
There is no personally identifiable information contained within this cookie, such as your name or address, so this information cannot be used to identify who you are. But it will use your computer's IP address to determine your geographical location.
The cookie measures numbers and volumes of visitors in order to make sure users’ needs are met, and to understand how services we provide could do better.
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We also use a ‘login session’ cookie, known as JSESSIONID, which controls and recognises your secure session while you are using this site. This cookie expires when you log out or leave the site.
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